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Hi Please tell me if the underlined portion is OK.

Thank you for helping us getting the new book so soon.
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Thank you GPY.

I think this is fine:

Thank you for helping us in getting the new book so soon.
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vsureshThank you GPY.I think this is fine:Thank you for helping us in getting the new book so soon.
For me, this is not very satisfactory. For one thing, it is not very clear who actually got the book. The usual phrasing is that you help someone do something, or help someone to do something (these are interchangeable in meaning).
Thank you for your comments, GPY.

The person has bought me a book much earlier than it was expected.
I want to thank the person for that.

Please tell me if it sounds OK in this context.
Thank you for getting me the new book so soon/quickly.
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Thank you,GPY.
GPYthis is not very satisfactory. For one thing, it is not very clear who actually got the book.
Just my passing two vents worth....
The original sentence "Thank you for helping us in getting the new book so soon. " is semantically reasonable enough to show the intended meaning and the person saying it indeed knows who got him the book.
AnonymousThe original sentence "Thank you for helping us in getting the new book so soon. " is semantically reasonable enough to show the intended meaning and the person saying it indeed knows who got him the book.
In practice, I think you will find that "thank you for helping us in verb-ing" is used when "verb-ing" is done by "us" or is done jointly. As I understand it, this is not what vsuresh means. If it is essential to retain the "helping" part then I would suggest:

Thank you for helping us/me by getting (us/me) the new book so soon.
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